Outside help called in to recover bodies

Nicola Lake
(image courtesy http://searchingforartinlife.blogspot.ca)

The official search for the bodies of Brendan Wilson and Austin Kingsborough who disappeared while canoeing on Nicola Lake over a week ago has been suspended.

Now a retired couple from Idaho is en route to Merritt to lend their expertise. In the past 11 years, across North America,  Gene and Sandy Ralston have recovered 84 bodies.

Shelley Joyce spoke with Gene Ralston from Idaho.

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